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Brussel Sprout Ornament

$11.99

It s not really a baby cabbage, but it's from the same family. The edible sprout was grown near Brussels, Belgium & the French brought them to Louisiana in the 18th century. There are numerous ways to prepare this healthy & tasty vegetable. They are also the weapon of choice at SantaCon, during the annual Brussel Sprout fight!
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Pembroke Welsh Corgi

$17.99

Welsh Corgis are one of the oldest breeds of dog, and have long been used for herding. Loyal, fun-loving, confident and intelligent, they are easily trained, making them great family pets. Welsh folklore says the Corgi was a gift from woodland fairies, and the marks on their coats are from the fairy harnesses.
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Miniature Gurken Ornament

$5.99

Long ago when parents decorated the Christmas tree, they hung the pickle ornament last, hiding it in the green boughs. When the children were allowed to view the tree, they would begin searching for the pickle ornament because they knew they would receive an extra gift for being the most observant.
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Lucky Ladybug Ornament

$9.99

Ladybugs received their name centuries ago in Europe. When farmers prayed to the Virgin Mary for help against aphids ruining their crops, their prayers were answered by the arrival of thousands of beetles. The bugs were named to honor Mary, Our Lady, and so they were called Ladybugs.
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Lemon Slice Ornament

$9.99

When life gives you lemons, make lemonade! The lemon is prized for its vibrant yellow color as a beautiful addition to any holiday or culinary display. It has a sour taste, however, so the tart flavor of a lemon, like life itself, is enhanced and enjoyed with some sweetener.
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Pufferfish Ornament

$17.99

Although a clumsy swimmer, this fish can inflate to many times its normal size to scare away predators. In Japan, they are called "fugu" and are a dangerous delicacy. Specially trained & licensed chefs prepare this tasty treat, as one wrong cut can prove fatal; the fish contains enough toxin to kill 30 humans - and there's no known antidote! But not to worry - our blown-glass Pufferfish ornament is a safe & cheery reminder of coastal adventures.
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Blackberry Ornament

$9.99

Blackberries are lovely edible soft fruit. The sweet fruit grows on a prickly, thorny shrub that grows extensively if not maintained. Picking blackberries may result in a few scrapes and scratches but the reward is a delicious sweet treat that s good fresh, frozen, baked or jammed!
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Small Acorn Ornament

$8.99

Acorns have long been considered good luck symbols. They also represent the rebirth of life, which is where we get the old saying: From little acorns come mighty oaks. Celebrate life and good luck by hanging this glass acorn ornament on your Christmas tree!
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Baby's 1st Christmas

$17.99

One of the most dearly loved animals is the Teddy Bear, who has provided years of comfort and steadfast companionship to many a young owner. From the Cinnamon Bear to Winnie-the-Pooh, Teddy Bears live in literature and in the hearts of even the oldest children. This baby's first Christmas ornament is perfect to commemorate their first Christmas and their favorite toy!
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Peanut Ornament

$9.99

Peanuts symbolize mystery since their shells completely hide their contents. Called treasures beneath the ground, nuts are also associated with wisdom because their contents are compact, sustaining, and enclosed within a single shell. Long ago peanuts were wrapped in gold or silver foil and used as Christmas tree ornaments.
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Candy Corn Ornament

$9.99

The incredibly popular candy corn can be found in candy dishes during the Halloween season. The candy mimics a kernel of corn, which is part of its popularity during the Halloween season, a time when corn is harvested.
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Nurse's Cap Ornament

$14.99

Originally intended to cover a nurse's hair for hygienic purposes, the Nurse's Cap became an object of pride for nursing students. Receiving a cap was an important achievement! No longer mandatory, it still symbolizes the nursing profession and is a distinctive symbol representing service to others.
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Pumpkin Ornament

$13.99

Harvested in autumn, ripe orange pumpkins are associated with fall holidays and festivals. For Halloween, they are carved as Jack O Lanterns. For Thanksgiving, pumpkins symbolize the bounty of the harvest and are the main ingredient of a favorite holiday treat pumpkin pie!
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Shiny Red Heart Ornament

$7.99

Hearts have long been associated with love and Valentine s Day. The heart is also a symbol of the love of Christ, whose birth we celebrate at Christmastime. The glass heart ornament is the perfect combination of both these celebrations.
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Acorn Ornament

$9.99

Acorns have long been considered good luck symbols. They also represent the rebirth of life, which is where we get the old saying: From little acorns come mighty oaks. Celebrate life and good luck by hanging this glass acorn ornament on your Christmas tree!
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Sweet Pickle Ornament

$9.99

Long ago when parents decorated the Christmas tree, they hung the pickle ornament last, hiding it in the green boughs. When the children were allowed to view the tree, they began searching for the pickle ornament because the first to find it would receive an extra gift from St. Nicholas for being the most observant child.
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Miniature Ghost Ornament

$9.99

Halloween has its origins in the ancient festival of Samhain, the Celtic New Year, when spirits were allowed to return to earth to visit. Christianity incorporated this into All Hallow s Eve, Oct. 31, prior to All Saints Day. The Irish brought Halloween to America in the 1840s, with the tradition of dressing in costumes and playing pranks in the hope of keeping evil spirits away.
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Conversation Heart (a) Ornament

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Hearts have long been associated with love and Valentine s Day. The heart is also a symbol of the love of Christ, whose birth we celebrate at Christmastime. The glass heart ornament is the perfect combination of both these celebrations.
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